Designed for the modern filmgoer, Curzon Aldgate is a new cinema in London’s culturally vibrant East End.

Curzon bring their renowned programming from quality Hollywood to the finest independent cinema from all over the world.

As part of a stylish new development in Goodman’s Fields, the ground level cinema foyer has a large cafe-bar serving artisan coffee and tea, craft beer, fine wines and cocktails, gourmet popcorn, sharing platters and nibbles.



Curzon Aldgate opens officially on 20 January 2017.

The opening programme has just been announced: new films include Jackie, La La Land and Manchester by the Sea, plus the reissue of Goodfellas and many exciting previews, including highly anticipated Moonlight and Toni Erdmann.

Check out the new cinema on the opening weekend for DJ sets from Cherrystones and Jonny Trunk, mixologists and more fun, including our #WildGosChase giveaway!

Weekends and Wednesdays will have off-peak prices from Friday 27 January until 25 February. Curzon Membership is valid at Curzon Aldgate.

Watch this space and follow Curzon Aldgate on Twitter and Facebook for more.


Once a farm belonging to the Minoresses of St Clare and farmed by Trolop and later Goodman, the area has many stories to tell. Originally Goodman bought the land, giving his name to Goodman’s Fields. He kept many milking cows; while his son let a portion of the land for grazing horses. Horses have always featured prominently in London’s history throughout the ages, at Goodman’s Fields the association continues with a planned sculpture of galloping horses sited in the main plaza. It was here as a direct result of the infamous Dick Turpin stealing a horse from ‘Captain’ Tom King and stabling it at the then Red Lion Inn of Whitechapel, that a protracted shootout ensued between these two individuals. 

Playbill from Goodman's Field Theatre showing David Garrick' debut asRichard III

The area is no stranger to glorious entertainment. Not only is Wilton's Music Hall, the oldest surviving music hall theatre in the world, within walking distance of the new cinema, but nearby Alie Street was the site of two 18th Century theatres named Goodman's Fields Theatre. There the legendary actor David Garrick, truly the Laurence Olivier of his time, made his stage debut in Richard III in 1741.




Curzon Aldgate
Goodman's Fields, 
Canter Way
E1 8PS


  • Aldgate East Tube (0.1 miles)
  • Aldgate Tube (0.2 miles)
  • Tower Hill DLR (0.4 miles)
  • Fenchurch Street Overground (0.5 miles)
  • Liverpool Street Station (0.9 miles)


Screen 1 - 65 seats; screen bar
Screen 2 - 78 seats; screen bar
Screen 3 - 72 seats; screen bar; 3D screen
Screen 4 - 60 seats

Reclining cinema seats by Skeie.

Bars are fully licensed and drinks may be taken into the screens.


All screens are fully accessible, with two removable seats in each auditorium positioned in the middle of the front row.
All screens are a equipped with a hearing assistance system (headphones).


Like all other Curzon Cinemas, Curzon Aldgate will be available for private hires. We provide top quality technical facilities in comfortable screens that can cater to everything from film screenings to corporate presentations, networking events, film festivals and parties.

In addition to our screens we provide spacious, attractive bar areas with a full food and beverage offering to complement the event, from morning coffee and pastries to full canapé receptions.

To find out more contact our dedicated Events team and 020 7438 9569